MEMOIRS AND RECOLLECTIONS OF C.W. GOODLANDER OF THE EARLY DAYS OF FORT SCOTT: From April 29, 1858, to January 1, 1870,; Covering the time prior to the advent of the Railroad and during the days of the ox-team and stage transportation. And biographies of Col. H.T. Wilson and Geo. A. Crawford, the fathers of Fort Scott. C. W. Goodlander.

MEMOIRS AND RECOLLECTIONS OF C.W. GOODLANDER OF THE EARLY DAYS OF FORT SCOTT: From April 29, 1858, to January 1, 1870,; Covering the time prior to the advent of the Railroad and during the days of the ox-team and stage transportation. And biographies of Col. H.T. Wilson and Geo. A. Crawford, the fathers of Fort Scott.

Fort Scott, Kansas: Monitor Printing Co., 1900. Revised & Enlarged Edition. Leatherette. 145pp; frontispiece portrait of author, other full-page portraits and views from photographs. Bound in grained leatherette, gilt cover title; tail of spine chipped. 6.25" x 4.25" Very Good. Item #037020

Written on the front endpaper: "Presentation copy from Eugene Ware," historian and author. [Howes, U.S.iana, G240. Decker 24:174--"...a chatty and informative work describing the vicinity of Ft. Scott during the days of the Jayhawkers and Border Ruffians."] This is an expanded version of the 1899 first edition. [Socolofsky & Dean, Kansas Bibliography, 3557.].

Price: $125.00

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